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The first full trailer for Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation ends with quite a bang, and a stunt that easily rivals the Burj Khalifa sequence in Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.
The full trailer for Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation just dropped, and it's far better than you can even imagine. Ethan Hunt is back, and he's badass!
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to dig into all of the information that we currently have on Mission: Impossible 5… a sequel that lacks a proper subtitle, and hasn’t shown an inch of footage, even though it’s due in theaters in a few months.
The Scientology documentary Going Clear has been making quite the raucous with its accusations slung at the Church. The latest stone thrown at the controversial religion comes from one of the doc’s interview subjects, who revealed what Scientologists really think about their celebrity golden boy, Tom Cruise.
Maybe Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie want to leave themselves with an open-ended conclusion to Mission: Impossible 5 that leaves the door open for even more adventures with Ethan Hunt?
Doug Liman's sci-fi blockbuster Edge of Tomorrow earned a great deal of praise when it was released last summer, but it turns out that one genius filmmaker may be its biggest fan.
It looks like will be packing on some serious poundage for his next role. The actor is reportedly circling a biographical action drama set in the 1980’s called Mena. Cruise would prospectively play a real life drug smuggler-turned-CIA asset named Barry Seal, who played a role in the events of the U.S.-led efforts to subvert the communist Sandinista government.
It seems that Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt has made yet another intense escape from perilous danger… though this time it's from the clutches of the release date Death Star that is Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
If you enjoyed Tom Cruise and Doug Liman's work on Edge Of Tomorrow, then brace yourself: they're about to get serious.
The folks over at Fandango surveyed more than 1,000 movie fans and polled them on which stars and films they’re most anticipating to see grace the screen in 2015. Naturally, Star Wars, Avengers and Hunger Games topped the film categories, and the actor lists were very much a reflection of this ranking.
If you need another reason to love Emily Blunt, all you have to do is click on this story.
With the Highlander reboot back on track with a new director, it was only a matter of time before new casting rumors began to emerge. Now that process has begun, and the production seems to be aiming very high with their first targeted actor: the legendary Tom Cruise.
Tom Cruise is crazy dedicated to his stunt work in all of his movies, but Mission: Impossible will always be his action baby. Which means it's no surprise that he's got something even crazier than the Burj Khalifa sequence in Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol planned for deployment in Mission: Impossible 5.
Spoiler Alert: Tom Cruise dies a lot in Edge of Tomorrow. Ok, that's barely a spoiler, as the premise of the film involves Cruise's character living the same day over and over, as it resets every time he dies. With that said, if you haven't seen the movie yet, you might want to skip this video, as this darkly amusing "death edit" is kind of spoilery. Many of these scenes are better seen in context.
I know. You hear there's going to be a Tetris movie, and instinctively roll your eyes while bellowing, "Hollywood has officially run out of ideas." I hear you. But it gets worse, because Hollywood thinks this is the thing that will turn around low theater attendance. Things are the new stars, don't you know.
Clearly, Jeremy Renner loves his franchises. That’s why he’s a key player in not just The Avengers, but the Hansel & Gretel, Mission: Impossible and Bourne film series too. It turns out though that even he was previously worried about his roles in each of these franchises, and that he only took the part of William Brandt in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol because Tom Cruise kept nagging him and he wanted to get off the phone.
Tom Cruise’s Jack Reacher, an adaptation of one of Lee Childs’ best-selling novels, was ignored despite terrific reviews. Thankfully, Cruise is going to get another crack at Jack Reacher, but only after a few key changes have been implemented in the burgeoning franchise.
This impressive B-roll footage from Tom Cruise's Edge of Tomorrow shows you how practical FX and CGI were used to create one of the coolest movies no one saw this summer. Cruise is a madman for doing his own stunts.
It was all the way back in 1996 that director Brian De Palma first introduced us Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt and Ving Rhames' Luther Stickell, and the characters have been come back again and again in the years since.
Mission: Impossble 5 is steaming along in its production schedule at the moment. Which means it's time to find someone for Tom Cruise to try and stop from threatening international security. Sean Harris just might be that person.
2014 is evidently the summer of the Ice Bucket Challenge -- an effort to raise money and awareness for ALS -- and the trend has very clearly spread to movie sets.
How do you take a movie so well received as Edge Of Tomorrow and make sure no one goes and sees it? Simple: keep changing the damned title until nobody knows what movie to look for!
Before signing off, I asked Simon Pegg if he knew when he would begin filming the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise, where he’ll reprise his role as Benji Dunn. Pegg shared a few key details.
Tom Cruise is still one of the biggest stars in the universe. Edge Of Tomorrow is going to be considered an “underperformer” even though it could end up grossing $400 million worldwide. If a guy has a history of smash movies that continues until today, and he's a buddy of Abrams, and he's a Star Wars fan, you don't think Disney is going to act on that until now?
Alamo Drafthouse feels the need for Cruise! They're celebrating Tom Cruise's extensive body of work with an event called "Cruise Control," a mystery marathon of five Tom Cruise films on 35mm. It's set to take place at the Alamo Ritz in Austin, TX next month. Even for those of us who are nowhere near Texas, this trailer for Cruise Control will have us all craving a Cruise marathon.